FACS conflict res. 7-1, 7-2
Conflict resolution unit vocab
Terms in this set (23)
disagreement or struggle between two or more people, is part of any close relationship.
ability to influence another person.
the action of directing another person's behavior.
to deal or bargain with another.
giving in on some points of disagreement and having your way on others.
a person who leads those in conflict to solutions without taking sides in the controversy.
showing appreciation or esteem.
a struggle for superiority or victory.
disagreements over decisions regarding which game to play, or movie to watch, or who gets to use something you only have one of.
disagreements that involve differences in values, traits, styles, preferences, or habits people have.
leads to a better understanding of a problem or between people.
when people attack each other instead of their problems, which weakens the relationship.
keeping the discussion on track by agreeing on the points to be argued" such as deciding not to bring up old fights when attempting to resolve a conflict
when issues are important to both sides in the conflict such as over curfews or a teens choice of friends or clothes.
the final stage of conflict resolution, invoves setting solutions in motion and resolving emotions.
listening with empathy
can help you to understand and appreciate the other person's position
hat a person should ask for if they do not understand a message.
participants need to keep talking
this must happen for egotiation or comprimse to take place
the struggle to be superior, not helpful in conflict resolution
can help you accept people and situations as they are and choose not to fight over certain things"
promote violence and are often used by people who have not learned to control their emotions.
people need feedback to sort out ______. ________.
are not distracted
choosing a good time to resolve conflicts helps so that participants ___ ____ ________________.